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downwelling

[′dau̇n‚wel·iŋ]
(oceanography)
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In this moment, the pediveliger larvae had a crawling behavior, indicating to be in the competent stage for metamorphosis, and were transferred to circular downwelling systems with shell fragments for settlement, metamorphosis, and postlarval development.
In comparison with upwelling longwave radiation, the downwelling atmospheric radiation [L.
Biological, chemical and physical characteristics of downwelling and upwelling zones in the hyporheic zone of a north-temperate stream.
980' W) was fitted with a Campbell Scientific CR23X data logger that recorded one-minute averages of the following measurements: incident downwelling PAR (Kipp & Zonen PARLite; 1 second sampling interval), later integrated over PAR wavelengths and defined as [E.
During their oceanic phase, post-hatchling turtles often associate with Sargassum and other flotsam accumulated along convergence zones caused by downwelling (Carr, 1987; Witherington et al.
It is Earth's most important region of seawater downwelling, he adds.
2003, Seismic Imaging of the Downwelling Indian Lithosphere, Beneath Central Tibet, Science, 300, 1424-1427.
Ocean climate and El Nino impacts on survival of Cassin's Auklets from upwelling and downwelling domains of British Columbia.
The UV spectral region is significant to the ozone and downwelling solar surface irradiance communities.
The spectroradiometer BIC-2104 allows measuring the downwelling irradiance in three channels centred at 412, 555, and 665 nm (in [micro]mol [m.